Architecture School Show
Graduates of Columbia University's School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation have a frenzy of work at the end of the year: they are working on their final portfolios (which are the tool the faculty uses to grant school awards) and models and drawings for the End of Year Show. The work always ranges from last-year to last-decade to next-year to next-decade. But it never fails to be inspiring in its exuberance. I like the show because I get to see the latest in modeling and drawing techniques. This year, I'll be taking names of people to contact as possible part-time employees of my office.
The opening reception begins at 6pm on Saturday, May 14, on Columbia University's main campus. The show is exhibited throughout Avery Hall and Buell Hall.
The show is up until May 27th.
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